Fell

The club’s Fell group includes social runners (those who simply enjoy running on the hills) as well as those who enjoy racing competitively and/or who have tackled the UK’s Big 3 Mountain Challenges, the Joss Naylor Challenge, Bob Graham & other Mountain Endurance Challenges or other ultra-distance events on the hills in the UK and abroad.

The club Fell Championships depends on points from a runner’s best races over the year. Details of the 2024 Club Fell & Trail Running Championship can be found below.

Latest Fell Running News

When do we meet ...

We meet on Wednesday nights at various venues 7pm for 1.5-2hrs. All levels usually catered for with Green (a gentle 5-6miles), Blue (6-7miles), Red (8-9miles) and Black (a pacey 9-10miles) groups on the busiest nights, plus varying degrees of climb.  We put on and encourage participation in both local and distant fell races and ultras throughout the year. New joiners always welcome and full details of the runs each week are published in the ‘Closed’ Fell Facebook group (search for Macclesfield Harriers on Facebook).

To arrange a trial run in Green or Blue, contact the Fell Manager

Wondering if you have the confidence/ability to step up to the challenge?  For advice contact our Green team

Please wear off-road shoes, and in winter bring a decent head torch and appropriate clothing.

Upcoming Events

Club Championship

2024 Kettleshulme – Peaks Trail Series

April 28, 2024 9:00:am
RACE DETAILS Date & time: Sun 28 Apr 2024 at 10:00 Country: England Region: Peak District Category: BS Distance: 9 km / 5.6 miles Climb: 355 m / 1165 ft Venue: Kettleshulme Village Hall, SK23 7QU Skills: PM,…
Club Championship

2024 Rainow 5 – Summer Evening Series

May 1, 2024 6:30:pm
The annual Rainow 5 is back for 2024. Wed 1st May 2024. Background about the event can be found here… Rainow 5 Please collect your race number from registration in the…

Cross Discipline Challenge

The Cross Discipline Challenge exists in order to promote and celebrate participation in all of the disciplines that the club is active in and to encourage members to branch out and compete in areas outside of their normal preferred discipline and to support the club through volunteering.